Top 10 cars of 2018

by staff writer JP

A prestige finance provider has revealed the 10 cars for which it has received the most finance enquiries at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show

As well as established names like Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari and Bugatti, the biggest interest has been in the Corbellati Missile. Next is the 310mph Rimac C Two electric hypercar built as successor to theConcept One supercar. That of course was famously crashed last year by the Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond.

"Nothing more than mouth-watering but unattainable fantasy cars"
Stephen Halstead, Chief Operating Officer JBR Capital

Among the most in demand cars according to JBR Capital, the most expensive to finance is the Aston Martin Valkyrie GTR. This requires a £600,000 deposit and 48 monthly payments of £25,972. The new Porsche GT3 RS can be yours for just £1,561.61 a month – not including deposit or balloon payment.

#1 Corbellati Missile
48 monthly payments of it’s too much to ask, you can’t afford it
Cash price of it’s too much to ask, you can’t afford it

#2 Aston Martin Valkyrie GTR
48 monthly payments of £25,972
Cash price of £3,000,000

#3 Bugatti Chiron Sport
48 monthly payments of £19,042.79
Cash price of £2,200,000

#4 Koenigsegg Regera
48 monthly payments of £12,979.74
Cash price of £1,500,000

#5 Zenvo TSR-S
48 monthly payments of £10,381.29
Cash price of £1,200,000

#6 McLaren Senna GTR
48 monthly payments of £10,381.29
Cash price of £1,200,000

#7 Rimac C Two
48 monthly payments of £8,648.00
Cash price of £1,000,000

#8 Ferrari 488 Pista
48 monthly payments of £2,485.47
Cash price of £253,000

#9 Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder
48 monthly payments of £2,625.81
Cash price of £238,000

#10 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
48 monthly payments of £1,561.61
Cash price of £142,000